Sep 7, 2010 6:14am EDT
all knew this. we all knew that it would take more time than any of us want to dig ourselves out of this whole created by this economic crisis. on this labor day, there are two things i want you to know. number one, i am going to keep fighting every single day, every single hour, every single minute to turn this economy are around and put people back to work and renew the american dream not just for your family, not just for all our families, but for future generations. that i can guarantee you. [applause] #2, i believe this with every fiber of my being -- america cannot have a strong growing economy without a strong growing middle-class and the chance for everybody no matter how humble their beginnings to join that middle-class. [applause] and middle-class built on the idea that if you work hard, if you live up to your responsibilities, you can get ahead. you can enjoy some basic guarantees in life. a good job that pays a good wage, health care that will be there when you get sick. , a secure retirement even if you're not rich, and education that will give your children a better li
Sep 7, 2010 2:00am EDT
powerfulful we can't be afraid to use that power. you ally have to be authoritarian in that croor. most jurors are coming into your courtroom having watched things on television or in the movies that is still not the real thing. it's important to take them step by step in the process, especially in important cases. the other thing i tell jurors is i refer to hamlet. even in a capital case there may be moment when something happened that it's funny. and it happened to the moussaoui case. with the human enterprise trial. remember in hamlet, there is comic relief. it doesn't mean the whole play isn't a tragedy. if this means this is a human enterprise where people laugh. you try to set the tone for the jurors. they really understand what we in the courtroom are going to be hearing together. and so i think even if the president thinks the outcome is a done deal, it isn't if we set the right tone in the courtroom. >> i would say if you were appointed defense lawyer in the case you would do everything you can to get that in front of the jury buzz of the fruche dangerousness of the defendant.